The Pueblo was constructed in the early 1930s as a space for training students in camping, woodcraft, handcrafts, field science, nature lore, Indian lore, and similar subjects. Ernest Thompson Seton and Edgar Robinson, both pioneers in the Boy Scout movement, were instrumental in the design.
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